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RE: Thoughts on the Cost of RVing

I've always been as "cheap" as they come. Yet, this expensive hobby has grabbed my attention and wallet. All it took was the first experience with my wife and kids to realize that my goals needed to shift away from preparing for the future and towards living in the present. I now have what I hope is a healthy balance, and we have created RV memories in the last 10 years that have no price tag. I will continue to do so...no matter the cost.
tragusa3 11/05/20 01:01pm Travel Trailers
RE: F53 suspension upgrades

The CHF made a marked improvement for us. Although, I only did the front. You guys are motivating me to try the rear. I was thinking of adding Sumo's soon, but will try the rear CHF first. In all, I could live with ours like it is. It's actually pretty nice unless we have a strong cross wind.
tragusa3 10/19/20 07:51am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tow vehicle advice

Jim, just get the half ton now. We got our half ton (11,200 pound towing limit) when we were at 3500 pounds loaded. It was a beautiful experience....truly stress free towing. We moved up to 7k pounds after two years and didn't have to change the truck. Saved us many thousands and the hassle of changing. My personal rule is not to exceed 60% of max towing. More margin than most recommend. I don't know what payload numbers are like between the mids and the half tons? If it buys you a few hundred pounds more (sure it does), that would be very, very nice too.
tragusa3 05/30/20 09:20pm Towing
RE: Tow or drive the dinghy to the mountains?

We unhook and drive separate for the steepest passes. We don't need to, but we do. A typical trip for us is about 5k miles. We drive 100 miles of it not towing. No big deal and makes us feel better.
tragusa3 05/30/20 12:20pm Dinghy Towing
RE: A Primer on Moab

Thank you Ken! Using this as a resource for this coming summer. :)
tragusa3 01/09/20 08:28am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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